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12 Hours With the KIN One

Earlier today I brought a little bit of insight into what Microsoft’s KIN is all about. Or, at the very least, who helped mold the devices and software running behind the latest Windows Phone platform.

Let me be very clear about this – the KIN does not compete with Android, the iPhone, Palm or BlackBerry devices. Think of the …

HTC Incredible Review: Flavor of the Month

It wasn’t that long ago when your choice of Android-based devices was limited to two or three models. Nowadays each carrier has at least two (AT&T: 2, T-Mobile: 6, Sprint: 3, Verizon: 5). And HTC is leading the charge with the likes of the Nexus One, Hero, Evo and now, the Droid Incredible for Verizon. I’ve had one for the last few …

Verizon and Skype Sitting In a Tree, So On and So Forth

A bit of MWC news that’s actually applicable to the US. Huzzah!

Skype and Verizon Wireless announced today that an exclusive Skype mobile app would be available for 3G smartphone users with data plans. No need to connect over Wi-Fi to use said app and there’s even unlimited Skype-to-Skype calls. I’m not entirely sure how much …

Motorola Devour: Baby Droid With MotoBlur on Verizon

Remember when Verizon offered the worst phones imaginable? It wasn’t that long ago, but in the last year or so they really turned things around. It’s doubtful that anyone would argue if I said they had the best overall selection of devices.

Add the Motorola Devour to the ever-growing list of badass devices available on Verizon. …

The Daily Dose

Monday, Feb. 1, 2010

Today in Techland: Mike talked with 45 creator Andi Ewington, Peter tells us what he really thinks of the Palm Pre Plus and Steve pushed pause on his favorite scene from Avatar. Check it out.

Here’s what else going on in nerd news around the Web:

Happy Palindrome Day! Yeah, the date is exactly the same read …

Samsung Omnia II Available from Verizon

If you’re in the market for a new Windows Mobile 6.5 device- because who isn’t?- then check out the Samsung Omnia II from Verizon. It’s $200 but that gets you a 3.7-inch resistive AMOLED touch-screen, Swype technology, a 5-megapixel camera and 8GB of internal memory. Sadly, it’s only expandable to 16GB via microSD. The Omnia II …

Verizon Announces Casio G’zOne Rock: G’zWhatsWithTheName?

As tough as Casio’s G’zOne cell phones are, I can’t get past the nomenclature. G’zOne? I’m not entirely sure how to even pronounce the name. Is it G-Z-One? Is it Geez-One? Damn it. I actually used to know how to pronounce it but I’m drawing a blank. Oh, I see here in the press release that Casio/Verizon have shed some light …

Motorola DROID review (Verizon Wireless)

By now you’ve seen Verizon’s iDon’t/DROID Does campaign on TV or on the streets. The first commercial can be found here. It’s a bit tongue-in-cheek and Verizon has admitted this, but it does highlight a handful of things that the iPhone clearly cannot do. It should also serve as a clear indication that any rumor of the iPhone …

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